The Justice Wolves Boys Lacrosse team took on and took down the Thomas Jefferson Colonials with a final score of 11-5. The game also represented senior night and the Wolves wore special black uniforms. Thank you to all of the seniors and their dedication to the team and school.
For those interested in extending their basketball experience after the spring season, the Justice High School Girls Basketball program is hosting a summer camp on June 19th and 26th. Girls (5th-8th grade) are invited to participate and hone their skills. FEE: $100 More Information HERE
Justice Wolves Boys Soccer took on Thomas Jefferson last night and took them down 4-0. The Wolves took an early lead and never let up.
The Justice Wolves Boys Lacrosse team defeated the Edison Eagles with a score of 16-2, All in attendance were asked to wear white in memory of Ryan Kertache who was a former player. The game and win were dedicated to Ryan. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on email Email
The Justice Varsity Baseball team took on the Edison Eagles and lost 1-2 with a chance to win in the final inning. The Varsity boys Laccrosse team took on a powerful West Potomac team. The Wolves held it close but ultimately fell 3-15 Here are some pictures from the events.
For those interested in extending their volleyball experience after the spring season, the Justice High School volleyball program will be hosting a summer camp from June 9th-12th. Boys and girls (5th-8th grade) are invited to participate and hone their skills. This is an evening camp and each season will run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm in …
Thursday night the girls Varsity soccer team took on and defeated a very tough opponent in Marshall. The Wolves took the lead early before ultimately winning 2-1. Congratulations to Coach Cahir on his first win as the head coach!
The Justice Wolves took on the Woodson Cavaliers last night in the 2nd round of the regional tournament. The Wolves fell to Woodson 1 – 5 in a hard fought match. Below is a gallery of some of the action. Want to donate to the Justice Wolves Field Hockey program? Click HERE to …
Justice Athletic Booster Club will be supporting the Spirit Pack payment for the Football program. Our Football program does NOT receive funding from Fairfax County. Our football budget is specifically from the funds that we raise from our families and community. Therefore, it is very important that our Justice Football program receives Spirit Pack funds …
The Justice Boosters are having their monthly meeting tomorrow night at 6:30pm….virtually. If you are interested in attending the Zoom meeting, please email Brian Garvey @ firstname.lastname@example.org to get the link. There will be much to talk about including some new fundraising efforts.